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Howdy. Here’s some interesting reading:

* 83% of physicians are considering quitting, and other interesting answers from a Doctor Patient Medical Association survey.
* CS Lewis and GK Chesterton agree: Tyranny for the good of the people is called… tyranny.
* Similarly, in test cases tyranny leads to rebellion.
* Passive solar heat from aluminum cans. What I want is aluminum can air conditioning.
* Book burning

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Here’s a collection of my favorites from today’s reading:

  • Doug Wilson on making regeneration an idol. I love the first paragraph.

  • A comparison of prices. Apparently homes in Detroit and Williston, ND, are the same price.
  • Rococo Cola
  • Inequality – Necessary? This guy gets bonus points every time he mentions the book, The Bottom Billion. I probably should read it some time.
  • Yes, this is how we react to indirect fire in a combat zone.
  • Caught in a recursion:Congress passes a bill that makes it illegal for Congress to later modify that bill. Guess which bill it is.
  • I’m not sure how this works: University makes waves by considering ability to pay in its admissions process. Was it adjusting tuition post hoc before? How would that work at McDonalds?
  • I’ve got qualms of my own about the value of a college degree, but really it’s the second sentence in this post that caught my attention.
  • As far as I know, all of my friends from my high school church youth group ended up in full-time ministry. I’m the only one who still holds a “secular” job. So this article has some pull for me. But I still harbor in my heart the hope that maybe, one day I’ll be a preacher too…